Trump Brags About The Sale of Fighter Jets…But The Jets Only Exist In The Video Game ‘Call of Duty’
According to Trump, the US just made a great deal with Norway, selling the country a fleet of F-52 fighter jets. What’s even more impressive is that we apparently sold them an aircraft that doesn’t exist.
What the US did sell Norway were a few F-35s. The first three were delivered in November. But Twitter didn’t let the slip up go un-roasted:
The F-52’s capabilities look really impressive pic.twitter.com/WI2DzIaQwt
— Alexander Clarkson (@APHClarkson) January 10, 2018
You should see the Stark Industries model pic.twitter.com/EIps3259MC
— clever•ish (@WiGovPR) January 11, 2018
Selling F52’s to Norway. Now they can dominate Call of Duty.
— Mike Matson (@matson9999) January 10, 2018
— Johnnyphive (@Dyre_vaa) January 11, 2018
Did Trump just say F-52?#Norway
— Christina (@chris_ortiz26) January 10, 2018
There’s that “stable genius with the greatest memory of all time & the best words” at it again ??????
— Smileyrie (@SmileyrieJ) January 11, 2018
F-52s? Oh boy. Bet the Marines are gonna want a STOVL version.
— Kevin Baron (@DefenseBaron) January 10, 2018
Yup. We also sold them some Napoleon Cannon’s, a few Springfield rifles and one of those bazooka candies. Yeah. I’m a genius.
— Jay (@Jay41039738) January 11, 2018
Donald Trump, proving every day that he’s no genius.